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the race goes all the way to the convention. newt gingrich, rick santelli, mitt romney, ron paul will have no incentive whatsoever to get out of this race. however, if mitt romney can win in ohio, can win some other states, nice bucket of states beyond virginia which is a slam dunk for him, on super tuesday, i think it will go a long way to convincing republicans he, indeed, is inevitable, whether it's going to happen that day or over the course of the next month or so. >> it seems that way. of course governor romney won in arizona and michigan this week. last week by three points in michigan where he had the support of college-educated, wealthier voters and senator rick santelli getting the support of those making under $100,000 a year. what's your take on the class distinctions of the voters in the republican primary bat until how does that impact the general election? >> there's been a pretty clear pattern in every single state so far that mitt romney does well with older voters, wealthy voters. where he struggles are with social conservatives and with those working-class republicans. t
to get out of the race. however, if mitt romney can win in ohio and can win some other states, nice bucket of states virginia which is a slam dunk for him on super tuesday, i think it will go a long way to convince republicans he is inevitable whether it will be that day or the next month or so. >> it seems that way. of course governor romney won in arizona and michigan this week. last week by three points in michigan where he had the support of college-educated, wealthier voters and senator santorum got the support of those making under $100,000 a year. what's your take on the distinction of the voters? how does i that impact the general election? there is a clear pattern in every state so far that mitt romney does well with older voters, wealthy voters. where he struggles are with social conservatives and with those working-class republicans. that's where rick santorum has found his sweet spot, as you just described. i think that is problematic for mitt romney. he can't just be the candidate of the wealthy, the candidate of the old. he has to show that he has some capacity to broa
of it and repeal obama care and return health care to you. >> presidential candidate mitt romney mince nothing words about his feelings on the affordable care act signed into law that president obama two years ago this week. monday the supreme court will hear organ arguments on the constitutionality of the law. my next guest served as key adviser to former governor romney's massachusetts reform, jonathan grube are professor of economics at m.i. texas. he's tried to explain it all in the thrillingly titled comic book "health care reform." good to have you on the program. >> good to be here. >> is it constitutional for the congress to compel individuals to purchase something? in this case, health insurance? >> i'm not a constitutional lawyer. but when the constitutional lawyers were polled by the bar association, 85% said it were, conservative and liberal justices alike have supported it, one conservative former solicitor general, charles freed from the reagan administration, went so far as to say he would eat his kangaroo skin hat if it was found nonconstitutional. >> it is compelling individua
. >>> presidential candidate mitt romney mincing no words about his feelings on the affordable care act signed into law that president obama two years ago this week. on monday, the supreme court will hear oral arguments on the constitutionality of the law and my next guest served as key advisor to both former governor romney's massachusetts reform and the federal health care legislation. jonathan gruber is professor of economics and m.i.t. he also tried to explain it all in simple language in "health care reform." is it constitutional for congress to compel individuals to purchase something? in this case, health insurance. >> i'm not a constitutional lawyer, maria, but when the constitutional were polled by the bar association, 85% said it were. conservative and liberal justices alike supported it and one conservative, former solicitor general charles frooed from the reagan administration said woe eat his kangaroo skin hat if it was found unconstitutional. >> my goodness. it is compelling individuals to buy something, and if they don't, they broke the law. >> it is absolutely compelling indiv
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